Siyazula – A Xhosa (South African language) word meaning: “We are roaming”
Indeed, that is what this site is all about – travel, food, unique experiences and reviews.

Driaan | Traveller, Foodie

I’m a 30-something South African born social media specialist, part-time Bcom student and travel blogger in the midst of a never-ending love affair with world travel. I spend half my life engaging in the digital world and the other half exploring our beautiful planet.

I have travelled across two continents and in 2019 I added some islands to the list! Want to know where I am currently exploring and where I am headed next?

Zaahir | Foodie, Explorer

Hello world, Zaahir Simpson here. I’m a Human Resources Administrator with a not-so-secret love for travel, good food, vibey restaurants and those hidden gems. I absolutely love food – how it looks, how it smells, how it tastes, even how it makes me feel. To me, food is a journey!

This won’t be your average food, restaurant, and travel blog. I will write about my dining experiences – good and bad. But I’m also going to write about the food I taste and how it affects the world around me. 

Am I a foodie? Yes. Follow me as I share some of my best gastronomy experiences. 

About Siyazula

Siyazula

Siyazula is a lifestyle and travel blog with a focus on South African and international travel, food and pure relaxation. Its mission is to discover the highest quality experiences, services and brands, share them with people all over the world and inspire them to do the same.

Based in #CapeTown, South Africa; We are surrounded by vineyards, oceans, a cosmopolitan city that is currently one of the highest-rated in Africa, and of course, nature. We hope to inspire others through our travels and show them the most beautiful parts of this world, all while enjoying the finer things in life.

As Saint Augustine once said: “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” Life is too short to wait for later, don’t miss out by not taking the time to read all the pages of this wonderful book we call the world.